Wednesday, February 27, 2013

hot which isn't really hot at all. (Friday's Sunday's Poem)


The Secret Identities Of Colors

Yellow looks like how it feels when the sun hits your arm.

Blue is the color of a pool in the evening when you float just your chin above water and the day was hot but it was September hot which isn't really hot at all.

Red is spicy potato chips and White is snow and Black is sleep and Gray is when you don't know the answer to a question so you guess.

Green is the sound leaves make in a breeze and also the crack of a baseball bat; only Green is more than one thing.

Violet is none of these, it's when you hum a song to yourself but only part of the song.

Orange is every cat, even the ones that aren't.

Indigo is when you wake up thinking it's almost day but it's not yet midnight and so you get another whole night to sleep.


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This first appeared on my blog Thinking The Lions.As always, all Friday's Sunday's Poems feature a Hot Actress.  This is Alyson Hannigan.

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